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THEATRE IS AN ADVENTURE ... so let New Conservatory Theatre Center be your guide!

 

For more than three decades, we’ve put theatre training on the map…of San Francisco, that is. Conservatory students flourish in a fun, supportive and non-competitive atmosphere where each student is provided an opportunity to shine. Discover new ideas, new friends, new ways of being creative and so much more in our ensemble-based classes for grades 2–12.

 

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Fall Session: Oct 14, 2017–Dec 16, 2017 (no class Nov 25)

Spring Session: Jan 21, 2018–May 13, 2018 (no class Feb 17, Mar 24, Mar 31)

 

We recommend students take both fall and spring sessions to maximize your NCTC experience. Grade levels refer to Fall 2017.


Questions about registering for a class?

Contact Kathleen Lee, Conservatory Programs Manager at Kathleen@nctcsf.org or 415.694.6148

 

QUESTIONS ABOUT our programming?

Contact Stephanie Temple, Conservatory Director at Stephanie@nctcsf.org or 415.694.6157

youth classes

Youth Classes

Theatre classes for grades 2-5

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teen theatre classes

Teen Classes

Theatre classes for grades 6-8

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High School Classes

Performance Ensemble and Internships for grades 9-12

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  • I always find myself looking forward to going to NCTC.

      – Maya W.
  • NCTC is one of the happiest places on the planet.

      – Julian H.
  • Participating in theater at NCTC has been positively transformative for our child. I can't think of a better and more enriching way for him to spend his time!

      – Eve L.
  • NCTC has inspired me to open my mind to an array of different perspectives. Every time I walk into that theatre, I walk out learning something new about my own capabilities.

      – Regina L.
  • When I'm at NCTC with my friends I can completely be myself.

      – Masha S.
  • NCTC is one of the most welcoming and supportive communities I've been a part of, because they created an environment where I could freely express myself and have fun with some amazing friends.

      – Jemma F.